West High swept a Mississippi Valley Conference double header from Waterloo West on Wednesday in Waterloo winning the opener 5-0 and taking the nightcap 16-0.
John Millmeyer tossed a complete game three-hitter in the opener, striking out six while improving his season record to 5-0.
Izaya Ono-Fullard and Oliver Martin each had two hits including a double in the opener and Nate Barnes had two hits and two RBI in game one.
Dane Randall tossed a shutout in the nightcap while Spencer Wiskus went 4-for-4 with a double, a grand slam and six RBI to pace the Trojans.
Martin had a double, two hits and three RBI and Kevin DeLaney added two hits.
West High improved to 25-10 on the season and 18-6 in MVC play.
• City High 5, Solon 0
City High defeated Solon 5-0 on Wednesday in a non-conference game at Mercer Park.
Ryan Brennan tossed a complete game shutout to earn the win for City High.
Matt Hensley went 2-for-3 and Nile Ringen had two RBI for City High.
The Little Hawks improved to 19-15-1 on the season while Solon dropped to 19-15.
• Clear Creek Amana 4-0, Central Clinton 6-2
Clear Creek Amana dropped a WAMAC double header to Central Clinton on Wednesday in Dewitt falling 6-4 in the opener and 2-0 in game two.
Nile Rourke had two hits an RBI and scored a run to lead the Clear Creek Amana attack in the opener.
Travis Bowman and Robby Swails each had a hit and drove in a run for the Clippers in game one.
In the nightcap Kobey Schlotman took the loss allowing two runs on six hits while striking out one and walking one.
Nile Rourke was 2-for-4 with a double for Clear Creek Amana while Jake Neubauer added a double.
Cody Ogden, Tanner Bandy and Chase Rourke each had hits as Clear Creek Amana dropped to 15-18 on the season.
• Iowa Mennonite 4, Louisa-Muscatine 1
Iowa Mennonite defeated Louisa-Muscatine 4-1 Wednesday in a SEISC matchup in Letts.
Payton Miller tossed a complete game three-hitter to earn the win and also had an RBI single as Iowa Mennonite improved to 4-15 on the season.
Miller struck out five and walked one while allowing just an unearned run in the win.
Drake Brezina, Timothy Bender and Miller all had RBI singles during a four-run IMS fifth inning.
Timothy Bender was 2-for-2 for IMS.